Travel Blogs from Weifang
Ever since we arrived to Weifang we were treated like VIP. They took care of us from the moment we arrived. As an art teacher I had an advantage because some school give a lot of importance to the visual arts. The students were eager to greet us and I immediately bonded with a couple of them making dough people and chatting. We were also taken ...
... display at a big art exposition, which we attended later. The kids were very sweet and well behaved. They were working on sculptures of little creatures and they gave each of us a sculpture representing our zodiac signs. They were quite skilled. I got a cute rat.
After visiting with the young artists, were loaded back on the van and went to the Weifang Foreign Language School, a private institution geared toward improving the English speaking ...
... Art Show. We were expected to attend the show! After the Primary School, we visited two Private Foreign Language schools. One had 3,000 students from age 6 to 16. Many students boarded at the school. We ate lunch in a room with a sign that said "foreign visitors dining room." We were joined by the English language teachers mentioned above as well as teachers from India and Nepal, two students and a group of administrators and 2 C party secretaries.
... is the largest Peninsula in China, right across the Yellow Sea from Korea. It also is one of China's major agricultural state. Fan Yun is the Art Coordinator for the school district of Weifang. One of the the friends she introduced to us is Mr. Han, Xiang Yang School Principal. We visited the school and met with students and teachers of the "dough sculpture" class. The students' age ranged from 1st to 9th grades but all are talented sculptures. Isabel taught arts in ...
... 8217;t grasp the thought of eating something whole and something staring back at me. I eat fish like it’s nothing, but I couldn’t eat the cicada. Half an hour later, I decided to just pop it into my mouth with two other girls. It was salty at first and then crunchy because of the shell. I imagined organs squirting into the back of my throat as I chew it, but it wasn't actually bad at all. Meaty like shrimp. I ended up eating another ...
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